We’re very proud to announce that we’ve been nominated for two Digital Impact Awards. The Best use of Digital by an NGO, Charity or NFP for our UNICEF Child Rights Journey Launch Pad and Best use of Digital in Travel and Leisure for our work with Bristol Airport.
The UNICEF Child Rights Journey Launch Pad was used to educated children using digital technology to harness the power of sport whilst teaching them about their rights, it was created in partnership with the Glasgow 2014 Common Wealth Games and it has also been nominated for a DADI award.
Our work with Bristol Airport was to provide strategic leadership and support the organisations digital ambitions. We achieved this by re-designing their site and building a digital platform that to meet the demands of the modern connected traveller.
The Digital Impact Awards are essential in setting the industry-wide benchmark in digital stakeholder engagement and we’re delighted to be have been recognised for our hard work.
Neil Collard, Managing Director commented saying “We’re big fans of the Digital Impact Awards so we’re very happy to be recognised by this prestigious body and our digital peers. Our work with UNICEF and Bristol Airport was different but they both connect and engage with the user, which is imperative to our process here.”
Check out the shortlist here.
We’ve won awards for other stuff too, read about it here.